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[RISOLTO]mintmenu su manjaro-archlinux
#1
Vorrei implementare il mintmenu in manjaro ... devo ammettere che mi sta deludendo in quanto i suoi repo sono a dir poco scarsetti e quello che trovo su AUR non si compila correttemente

Codice:
[tumbler@tumbler ~]$ yoaurt mint menu
bash: yoaurt: command not found
[tumbler@tumbler ~]$ yaourt mint menu
1 aur/awn-mintmenu 20120415-1 (7)
    awn wrapper for mintmenu
2 aur/cinnamon-applet-classicmenu 2.6.9-2 (35)
    An applet that adds the Classic Mint menu
3 aur/cinnamon-theme-winter-mint-light 1.2-1 (3)
    A Darkish Theme With White Menus, Blue Highilights and Grey Accents.
4 aur/gnome-shell-extension-lhsmenu 1.0-1 (6)
    LHS Mint Menu extension. Add a full menu to left-hand side of top panel
5 aur/gnome-shell-extension-rhsmenu 1.0-1 (2)
    RHS Mint Menu extension. Add a full menu to right-hand side of top panel
6 aur/marchobmenu-git 20100313-1 (5)
    An adaptation for Openbox of Marchfluxmenu and mint-fm2
7 aur/mint-fm2 3.25-5 (21)
    The Linux Mint Fluxbox menu system
8 aur/mintmenu 5.4.9-2 (245)
    Linux Mint Menu for MATE
9 aur/mintmenu-xfce4 5.2.8-1 (Out of Date) (20)
    Linux Mint Menu for Xfce4
==> Inserisci il numero dei pacchetti da installare (ex: 1 2 3 o 1-3)
==> -----------------------------------------------------------------
==> 8


==> Scaricamento del PKGBUILD di mintmenu da AUR...
x PKGBUILD
x arch-patch.diff
x mintmenu.install
x execute_fix.diff
x removescript
Comment by isaky  (2013-06-23 23:03)
josealb77, that error is becaouse of the python command. Mintmenu is writed in python2 and the command 'python' in Arch is for Python3. It worked when I followed this:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.phpPython#Dealing_with_version_problem_in_build_scripts

However, when I install it, I can't add it to the panel, I do not why.

I hope this helped you.

Comment by josealb77  (2013-06-24 00:34)
Thank you isaky. I've been able to compile without errors in that way and reinstall mintmenu. Nevertheless the mintmenu is displayed as it was before. I've tried it all, login out, rebooting, uninstalling it rebooting and installing it again, and so on.

And about what you are experiencing, may be related with my issue. When I go to "add to the panel" (I'm using the spanish version, I hope this to be well translated) I've got 3 bar menus to choose: 1- Menu bar "A personalized menu bar" (this is the MATE default menu); 2- Main menu "The MATE main menu" (this is which I'm using, which isn't displayed as I expected); and 3- mintMenu "Advanced Menu" (I'm not able to add this one to the panel, I click on it but nothing happens).
I guess the last one, the advanced menu, is the one you are trying to add, and maybe is the one that I should be trying to add instead "Main Menu". So, maybe "Main Menu" is being well displayed, but the one which I should add is the advanced menu, the same as you're trying to add, and as result we both are having the same issue: we can't add mintmenu to the panel.

Comment by isaky  (2013-06-24 09:42)
I solved it.
1st- /usr/bin/mintmenu is writen in python2. So there is a line which is not OK. This line is: print "Some stuff" You have add the parenthesis. Like: print("...")
2nd- Add to the /usr/local/bin/python this path: /usr/lib/linuxmint/mintMenu/*
Here there is the code of mintmenu.
3rd- Install the AUR package python2-xlib-svn It's required by mintmenu.

Hope this helped you.

Comment by josealb77  (2013-06-24 10:36)
Thank you a lot isaky!!! Since I don't know python I couldn't solve it by myself, and about realizing that python2-xlib-snv was a dependence... unthinkable. In the end we both had the same problem.

I hope twa022 be able to add the parenthesis to the print command and add python2-xlib-svn as a dependence. And if he ports mintmenu to archlinux python default version it would be amazing.

Thank you a lot isaky for your help, ryooichi for the program and twa022 for maintaining it. Now I'm beginning to have my Linux like I want it to be.

Comment by Diego  (2013-06-24 20:24)
please not build in package()

mintmenu 5.4.9-2  (mar  5 mag 2009, 22.32.25, CEST)
( Pacchetto non supportato: Potenzialmente pericoloso! )
==> Modificare PKGBUILD  [S/n] ("A" per annullare)
==> ----------------------------------------------
==>
Nonostante dica che sia non supportato e potenzialmente pericoloso ho provato a farlo compilare ugualmente ma non lo trovo tra gli applet ... qualcuno lo ha mai integrato in una distro ARCH???

Ho provato i cinnamon menu ma idem ... mi servirebbe un menu con la barra di ricerca ... sono solito lanciare i programmi in quel modo ... perdo più tempo ad andare in cerca tra i sotto menu.

Grazie a tutti!!!

P.S. vedo tra i commenti che potrebbe dipendere da python ... possibile che non ce l'abbia installato??? come verifico??? in /usr/local/bin non v'è nulla Huh
Se provo a cercarlo tra i repo mi vengono 3000 pacchetti con quel nome ... come fo???
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#2
Se dovesse interessare a qualcuno per portare il Mint Menu su arch fare come segue:

1. scaricare il tarball da qui https://aur.archlinux.org/packages/mintmenu/?setlang=it (in alto a dx "scarica tarball")
2. scompattare la cartella e provare a compilarlo (portarsi con un terminale nella cartella estratta e digitare "makepkg -s") - se siete fortunati pacman soddisferà da se tutte le dipendenze e dopo non vi resta che installare il pacchetto locale appena compattato.

3. nel caso in oggetto una dipendeza non è soddisfatta e la build del pacchetto abortisce
4. potete installare la dipendenza mancante da qui https://www.archlinux.org/packages/commu...x-artwork/
5. in alto a dx "download from mirror"
6. scaricherà un pacchetto già compattato ... installarlo come pacchetto locale quindi "pacman -U /percorso/del/pacchetto.tar.xz"
7. rifate il punto 2 e questa volta andrà a buon fine e potete successivamente installare il pacchetto compattato

Il mint menu lo trovate aggiugnendo un applet al pannello.

EVIDENZA
[Immagine: http://uppix.com/t-Schermata_del_205247e213001416fe.png]
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